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Because everyone's taste is so different, I became what every single guy wanted that character to be. "We were really promoted as if we were that kind of film, but we weren't.
We spent the whole day riffing and improv-ing and doing the whole bit, but, it was such a huge script. But I knew that given all [Curtis'] past work, I was going to be in a great film.
I mean, that was like six movies in one."Despite having "the smallest of parts" in the film, Love Actually continues to have resonance in Cuthbert's life — especially around Dec. "Did I know it was going to become a holiday classic? "That people would meet me, then see it during the holidays and call me to go, 'I forgot you were in that! That's why I did it." Cuthbert scored her first lead movie role when director Luke Greenfield cast her as Danielle, a former porn star who falls for her neighbor, Matthew (Emile Hirsch), in this romantic comedy.
I think this film’s story is summed up nicely in this letter we received: Dear Box Office Prophets, I’ve read your stories from readers for many years, but I never thought it would happen to me. I am an ambitious high school senior with strong political ambitions.
Some people say I look like the actor Emile Hirsch.
I had done it before I became a campfire kid — and I'm going to try and talk about this with a serious face — I was in one of the stories when I was younger, so later on, to come back and become a campfire kid was like a dream."Cuthbert was cast as a member of The Midnight Society after the first generation of actors aged out of the roles.
"The only way you could get onto the show was to make it into the story, so I never thought in my wildest dreams that they would become too old and then move off and do other, amazing things and they'd have spots to fill," she said. It lended itself to us being available for other things, which was so great." While Are You Afraid of the Dark?
You probably don't want to do it.' And I'm like, 'I don't care, I'm getting on a plane, see you in a week.'""I remember getting the script, and it was the biggest script I'd ever seen," she added. And I have the smallest of parts, but we had a lot of fun.
Cuthbert made her screen debut as an extra in a 1996 episode of this spooky Canadian kids show before joining the cast full time — as a member of The Midnight Society — in 1999. "It's just crazy how many actors were on that show.
on Nickelodeon, has become, in retrospect, a who's who of emerging Canadian actors that included Ryan Gosling, Neve Campbell, Hayden Christensen, and Emily Van Camp."Every actor trickled through there because they needed so many people to fill in those stories," Cuthbert told Buzz Feed News at The Langham Hotel in Pasadena, California, during the Television Critics Association winter press tour.
"I wish my character wasn't so frustrating to people," Cuthbert said.
"I think TV Guide named me The Character Most Loved To Hate on TV. But if you look at shows like Homeland and see the daughter, writing for a child on an adult show is difficult." "But you know, art is interesting," she continued, "Especially television, because there are characters you hate, but also love — like on reality shows, there are those women that you're just like, 'UGH,' but they're the most entertaining.
At that moment in time, I never felt like, 'Ugh, why me? Working with Kiefer was an incredible experience, he was very much a mentor for many years, I was getting challenging material, it changed television, and it changed my life in a way where the exposure from that show solidified the next 10 years for me. I take away nothing but amazing things from that experience." Cuthbert had a small role in writer/director Richard Curtis' new holiday classic, playing Carol-Anne, one of the American girls Colin (Kris Marshall) meets when he flies from England to Wisconsin in search of love.